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'His death would plunge the country back into political crisis'

The Thai King is in poor health — and that could pose risks to the country's political and economic situation. Palace officials recently stated that King Bhumibol Adulyadej's health is "not stable," and that he was being prepped for haemodialysis, which is used to treat kidney failure. "The failing health of the king adds another layer of uncertainty to an already highly unpredictable situation," a rgued Capital Economics' Krystal Tan and Gareth Leather in a note.
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